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ASSIGNMENT   7 Textbook    Assignment: “Officer    Service    Records,” chapter   6,   pages   6-1   through 6-16. LEARNING  OBJECTIVE:  Identify  the procedures  used  to  create  the officer’s  service  record. Recognize the  importance  of  maintaining  the data  contained  in  officer  records  in a secure manner. 7-1. 7-2. 7-3. The   information   contained   in   an officer’s   service   record   is accessible   to   which   of   the following    personnel? 1. Only    those    directly involved    with    handling their    records 2. All   PNs 3. All   YNs 4. Each  of  the  above What   total   number   of   personnel records   are   maintained   for   each officer  of  the  Navy  and  Naval Reserve? 1. One 2. Two 3. Three 4. Four The    permanent    microfiche    record is   maintained   at   what   location? 1. CHNAVPERS 2. EPMAC 3. NRPC 4. SECNAV 37 7-4. Which   of   the   following   state- ments   best   describes   the importance   of   handling   and maintaining   the   security   of officer     records? 1. 2. 3. 4. 7-5.    An is The   personnel   officer   is the   only   individual responsible    for    handling and    maintaining    officer records   and   keeping   them   in a  safe  place The    administrative    officer is   the   only   individual responsible    for    handling and    maintaining    officer records,   and   keeping   them in  a  safe  place The  YNs  are  the  only individuals    responsible    for handling    and    maintaining officer   records   in   a   safe, secure   location   in   the administrative     office Officer   records   are maintained   and   handled   by specifically     authorized individuals   and   are   filed separately    from    enlisted records   in   a   secure location officer’s    microfiche    record the   Property   of   what individual/activity? 1. The   command   to   which   the officer   is   attached 2. The   PERSUPPDET   or   the administrative    office    that maintains    the    officer’s record 3. The   member 4. The  U.S. Government

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